Royal Canin Satiety Weight Management Dry Dog Food

$8669


Determining the ideal weight for your pet should be done by considering their current weight and Body Condition Score (BCS). The recommended daily food intake is based on achieving and maintaining this ideal weight. Keep in mind that the initial ration may require adjustments during follow-up visits to ensure continued progress.

In most cases, a realistic goal is to aim for a gradual weight loss of 1-3% of the body weight per week over the first three months and 0.5-2% thereafter.

Once your pet has reached their ideal or target weight, it's important to understand that the energy requirements to maintain that weight are lower than those for dogs that have never been obese. Therefore, it's generally advisable to continue feeding the weight loss diet even after reaching the ideal weight. To maintain the ideal weight, you can gradually increase the daily food intake until the weight stabilizes.

Maintenance rations may still need to be adjusted on an individual basis. If your dog regains more than 5% of their body weight, it's a signal to decrease the ratio back to weight loss levels.

For accurate portion control, using a digital food scale to measure the daily food allowance is highly recommended. Additionally, dividing the daily food intake into a minimum of two meals throughout the day can help manage your pet's weight more effectively.

Feeding guide

- Start 4 weeks after Maintenance after weight loss
- Grams Grams Grams
Ideal weight (kg) - - -
10 148 126 139
12 169 145 159
14 190 163 179
16 210 180 198
18 229 197 216
20 248 213 234
25 293 251 277
30 336 288 317
35 378 324 356
40 417 358 393
45 456 391 430
50 493 423 465
55 530 454 500
60 566 485 533
70 635 544 599
80 702 602 662
90 767 657 723

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Determining the ideal weight for your pet should be done by considering their current weight and Body Condition Score (BCS). The recommended daily food intake is based on achieving and maintaining this ideal weight. Keep in mind that the initial ration may require adjustments during follow-up visits to ensure continued progress.

In most cases, a realistic goal is to aim for a gradual weight loss of 1-3% of the body weight per week over the first three months and 0.5-2% thereafter.

Once your pet has reached their ideal or target weight, it's important to understand that the energy requirements to maintain that weight are lower than those for dogs that have never been obese. Therefore, it's generally advisable to continue feeding the weight loss diet even after reaching the ideal weight. To maintain the ideal weight, you can gradually increase the daily food intake until the weight stabilizes.

Maintenance rations may still need to be adjusted on an individual basis. If your dog regains more than 5% of their body weight, it's a signal to decrease the ratio back to weight loss levels.

For accurate portion control, using a digital food scale to measure the daily food allowance is highly recommended. Additionally, dividing the daily food intake into a minimum of two meals throughout the day can help manage your pet's weight more effectively.

Feeding guide

- Start 4 weeks after Maintenance after weight loss
- Grams Grams Grams
Ideal weight (kg) - - -
10 148 126 139
12 169 145 159
14 190 163 179
16 210 180 198
18 229 197 216
20 248 213 234
25 293 251 277
30 336 288 317
35 378 324 356
40 417 358 393
45 456 391 430
50 493 423 465
55 530 454 500
60 566 485 533
70 635 544 599
80 702 602 662
90 767 657 723

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Royal Canin Satiety Weight Management Dry Dog Food

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Determining the ideal weight for your pet should be done by considering their current weight and Body Condition Score (BCS). The recommended daily food intake is based on achieving and maintaining this ideal weight. Keep in mind that the initial ration may require adjustments during follow-up visits to ensure continued progress.

In most cases, a realistic goal is to aim for a gradual weight loss of 1-3% of the body weight per week over the first three months and 0.5-2% thereafter.

Once your pet has reached their ideal or target weight, it's important to understand that the energy requirements to maintain that weight are lower than those for dogs that have never been obese. Therefore, it's generally advisable to continue feeding the weight loss diet even after reaching the ideal weight. To maintain the ideal weight, you can gradually increase the daily food intake until the weight stabilizes.

Maintenance rations may still need to be adjusted on an individual basis. If your dog regains more than 5% of their body weight, it's a signal to decrease the ratio back to weight loss levels.

For accurate portion control, using a digital food scale to measure the daily food allowance is highly recommended. Additionally, dividing the daily food intake into a minimum of two meals throughout the day can help manage your pet's weight more effectively.

Feeding guide

- Start 4 weeks after Maintenance after weight loss
- Grams Grams Grams
Ideal weight (kg) - - -
10 148 126 139
12 169 145 159
14 190 163 179
16 210 180 198
18 229 197 216
20 248 213 234
25 293 251 277
30 336 288 317
35 378 324 356
40 417 358 393
45 456 391 430
50 493 423 465
55 530 454 500
60 566 485 533
70 635 544 599
80 702 602 662
90 767 657 723

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  • 12kg
  • 6kg
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